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Volunteer’s hobby brightens lives of homeless children

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Between homeschool and vacation Bible school, Kathy Puder and her daughters, Jacalyn (23) and Sidney (13), have lots of experience with craft projects – and an abundance of supplies. The Puder family knows the joy of using what they have to brighten the lives of struggling children. Their pastor spoke to his church about the [...]

We’re all better when kids aren’t hungry

Volunteer Pam Graham helped develop the school food pantry program.

A hungry child can’t learn – and if kids don’t learn, the entire community suffers. But if you feed the child, the cycle of poverty can be broken. Such a simple idea, but Pam Graham’s heart lit up when the founder of MUST Ministries’ Save It Forward first shared it with her. Newly retired after [...]

‘To have someone who actually cares …’

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Ayesha Barker and her family moved to Atlanta in search of a better life. A relative took them in while they looked for jobs, but the relative suddenly had to move – and Ayesha’s family found themselves sleeping in their car. Providence led them to MUST Ministries, where they found emergency shelter at the Elizabeth [...]

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Ga Gives Day moves to Giving Tuesday

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MUST Ministries’ annual Georgia Gives Day campaign is getting a major upgrade as the statewide initiative joins forces with the growing worldwide phenomenon of Giving Tuesday. MUST’s campaign page, where donations will be made, is located here. MUST’s hashtag for the campaign is #lovechangeslives. From the announcement released by the Georgia Center for Nonprofits: Georgia Gives [...]

Health fair helps 70 homeless

Wellstar nurse Elizabeth Elder helps a patient understand the results of her blood pressure check.

For people living in homelessness, healthcare resources are a desperate need. Twice a year, MUST offers screenings and basic services to try to help stabilize diabetes, lower cholesterol, provide healthy diet information and check vision, for instance. The Sept. 21 event at the Elizabeth Inn Shelter was open to members of the community, as well [...]

MUST opens 25th school food pantry to serve at-risk students

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August 25, 2017 — In a continued effort to reach more school children and their families in need, MUST Save It Forward is opening its 25th school food pantry at Floyd Middle School in South Cobb. The new pantry was dedicated Aug. 28. MUST serves an estimated 2,900 students and their families annually through the [...]

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